- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
An immaculate four-storey Grade II listed Georgian townhouse situated in the heart of the Regency spa town of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
A superb property which offers luxury accommodation for friends and family wishing to visit the area of Cheltenham and explore the Cotswolds.
Comfortably furnished to a high standard, there is a well-equipped kitchen on the lower ground floor which can be accessed via the internal staircase or externally and the chef amongst you will find all they need for preparing those lovely meals.
There are two reception rooms on the ground floor, a living room and a reading room with exceptional furnishings.
In the reading room there are two futon beds which are suitable for children.
There is also a sun room on this floor which is a real suntrap.
There are four lovely double bedrooms, two on the first floor and two on the second floor with family bathrooms on both floors.
To complete the flexibility of the accommodation there is also a cloakroom on the lower ground floor.
Outside this lovely town house there is a private terraced courtyard which is accessed from the basement and where you can relax with a refreshing drink whilst planning your next day’s adventures.
Cheltenham is a regency spa town with many festivals, parks, restaurants, cafes, theatres and easy access to the Cotswold countryside and its many picturesque villages and surrounding beauty.
Within just a ten minute walk you will find yourself surrounded by beautiful shops and restaurants.
Cheltenham racecourse hosts numerous fixtures including an annual horseracing festival and, of course, the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Further afield, all other Cotswold villages are easily accessible.
These include Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water, Burford and Chipping Norton being just a few.
The Cotswold Way is a 170km national hiking trail, starting at Chipping Campden in the north Cotswolds and ending at Bath Abbey.
The trail takes in amazing views from the Cotswold escarpment, picturesque Cotswold villages, and famous ancient sites.
Nearest parts of the Cotswold way are at Cleeve Hill, an easy walk with fantastic views over Cheltenham and Bishops Cleeve, and looking as far as the Malvern Hills and Brecon Beacons.
To the south of Cheltenham is Leckhampton Hill, with similar views and the famous Devils Chimney Limestone formations.
All this makes an ideal location for entertaining a break all year round.
Over four floors. Four bedrooms: 2 x double, 2 x second floor double. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Second floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Lower ground floor basin and WC. Lower ground floor kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room. Reading room with two child futon beds. Sun room.
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and induction hob, combination microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- 2 hour restricted roadside parking
- Additional parking available in public car parks
- Private terraced courtyard with furniture
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 2 mins walk
- Note: Property has many steps and may not be suitable for the less mobile
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About the location
Tewkesbury 9.5 miles; Cirencester 14.7 miles; Stratford-upon-Avon 30 miles;
Cheltenham is a town in Gloucestershire and lies beneath Cleeve Hill, the highest point in the Cotswolds and above the vale of the River Severn. It is known as 'The Western Gateway to the Cotswolds'. This edge-of-the Cotswolds spa town is hard to beat for refined elegance and Regency terraces, annual festivals, Ladies' College and racecourse. Also fortnightly farmers markets, classy shops and restaurants all surrounded by glorious countryside. The town is home to the renowned Cheltenham Festival, 4 days of horse jump racing culminating in the Gold Cup, held annually in March at Cheltenham Racecourse. It's also known for Regency buildings, including the Pittville Pump Room, a remnant of Cheltenham’s past as a spa town. There's fine art at The Wilson museum, and the Victorian Everyman Theatre has an ornate auditorium.